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ARIA Exchange, a digital marketplace for collectible NFTs between global communities, recently unveiled its new campaign that will feature unique NFT partnerships with superstar athletes.
These partnerships will include stars from the NHL Alumni Association (NHLAA), the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA), the National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBRPA), the NBA Coaches Association, and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
The upcoming summer launch of ARIA Exchange will consist of memorabilia and NFTs for over 3,000 sports legends. The Estate Collection, which will be released later this year, will include one-of-a-kind and limited-edition NFTs from sports legends such as Roberto Clemente, Babe Ruth, Cy Young, Mickey Mantle, and Honus Wagner, with prices starting at $1,000.
ARIA Exchange to unveil Access Keys in August
ARIA Exchange will soon be launching its marketplace later this year. As a promotion event for the launch, ARIA Exchange revealed Access Key sets that will be dropping on August 15 this year. They are expected to release a $500 Platinum Access Key and a $1000 Black Access Key that will provide holders exclusive access to ARIA’s global Discord community, early access to NFT drops, and access to an array of limited-edition NFTs.
ARIA Exchange announced its upcoming Access Key campaign for its marketplace launch on its official website. The organization also tweeted encouraging fans to join the waitlist as an attempt to promote their campaign.
ARIA Exchange envisions itself to become a prominent sports-themed marketplace filled with rare NFT collectibles and untold stories shared with fans by sports celebrities and luminaries.
The first release from ARIA Exchange will be available this summer, honoring global collectors and producers.
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